The Lesser of 2 Evils / A woman for President (not Hilary)

Hilary Clinton indeed was not the first female to be nominated for Presidency. “she became the first female candidate to be nominated for president by a major U.S. political party.” _

keyword there being “major.”

“Victoria Woodhull was nominated for President of the United States by the newly formed Equal Rights Party on May 10, 1872, at Apollo Hall, New York City.”

“Her nomination was ratified at the convention on June 6, 1872. They nominated the former slave and abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass for Vice President.”

This is a common misconception and a prime example as to why it is important to know your history. Although, I love the idea of there being a female president.



Some master manipulator has played Americans like puppetry. In regards to politics a wise friend told me, “when voting you are picking the lesser of two evils,” this I believe to be true. Usually, it is the traditional bad guy vs. good guy. However, good her intentions may be, her track record is messy.

So, How do you get a bad guy (girl in this case) elected?

Make her competition an ever greater villen (Trump) & have the greater majority pick the lesser of two evils… (Hilary).



16 thoughts on “The Lesser of 2 Evils / A woman for President (not Hilary)

  1. mshariley says:

    I love love love this! You are right a lot of the time they manipulate us with their jargon and we seem so hypnotized and can’t find a clear source or direction. The things that matter don’t get presented because of big bucks keeping them off the ballots and the good guys loose and we choose “the lesser of two evils”
    Sharing this one!!

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